It's picture day!
Georgia playing at soccer (not to be confused with playing soccer, but certainly a good precursor).
She's got great coaches that talk great coach talk to all the little kindergarteners: "Get on line for the drill, man" "OK, Georgia's the goalie. Niiice." "Hustle on over here Jacob." "Make your shot Sage." They're very calm and all about having fun. Noone's really interested in the score at the games, everyone just cheers. And the kids are mostly into the running around together, though a few are very serious about scoring and being fierce.
Here she is, happy from running around, eating her after-game snack.
And Teresa's getting more interested in being photographed, or perhaps more tolerant.
She's got two little teeth now so we can't do this anymore, but she REALLY loved sucking on the corn while it lasted.
We've been making bread lately:
Posted by Bahiyyih at September 30, 2005 09:29 AM
I love the bread-making pictures. Teachers these days are encouraged to plan lessons that appeal to the 8 different learning styles which include auditory, visual, naturalistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, kinesthetic, etc... Though these are not official learning styles, we often joke about gustatory learners and olfactory learners. Obviously, we shouldn't be joking because you all are living proof that you can tailor a lesson (letters of the alphabet) to someone who learns by smelling and tasting. Awesome idea!